Youngsters flock to 'The Big P'
SCORES of youngsters enjoyed activities such as biscuit decorating and den making at a holiday play project in Hartcliffe.
The Big P event, organised by the Hartcliffe and Withywood Community Partnership, took place at The Core youth centre and Willmott Park.
Children enjoyed decorating Valentine biscuits, face painting, arts and crafts as well as a number of sporting challenges.
The Big P is held throughout the year during the school holidays to provide free activities for young people to keep them off the streets and prevent anti-social behaviour.
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Parents, members of HWCP, Bristol City Council play rangers and youth workers help run the events.
Earlier this month The Post reported how the future of the project was under threat following changes to the way in which the city council funds its youth and play services, due to come into force in April.
HWCP manager, Heather Williams, said: "Despite the weather more than 60 people attended. It is such a valuable event to the local community which young people really enjoy."
Local parents and volunteers are now being sought to help run the scheme. Anyone wanting to find out more can call 0117 9141251.